Hostels and Bunkhouses in Argyll and Bute

Backpackers Plus, Oban

Backpackers Plus    Oban

FREE BREAKFAST, free WiFi, 96% cleanliness rating and central location - experience budget travel heaven in brand new custom-built facilities at Backpackers Plus, Oban's only 4-star backpacker hostel! We strive to make our accommodation a welcoming home-away-from-home with creature comforts you wouldn't expect for the price! Our lovely friendly enthusiastic staff are here to make your stay happy, comfortable and memorable. We're backpackers, too!

Oban Backpackers, Oban

Oban Backpackers    Oban

Whether you’re passing through Oban on the way to the Islands, or staying for a couple of days and exploring historic and beautiful Argyll, the original Oban Backpackers is the place for you! Our funky hostel is part of the World famous ‘Scotland’s Top Hostels’ chain and we look forward to welcoming you to Oban.

The Original Oban Backpackers is perfectly located to enable you to make the most of your time in Oban. Just a 10 minute stroll from the bus, train and ferry terminals, our friendly hostel has everything you will need after a great day out exploring.

Campbeltown Backpackers, Campbeltown

Campbeltown Backpackers    Campbeltown

Top quality, budget accommodation in a recently refurbished, Grade B listed building on the beautiful Kintyre peninsula. We are small but perfectly formed! Situated in a central yet quiet location in Campbeltown. The hostel sleeps 16 in two spacious dormitory rooms. It has excellent cooking facilities, a lounge area, drying room and indoor, secure cycle storage facilities.

Ideal for outdoor enthusiasts; activities in the area include walking, mountain biking, cycling, golfing, bird and wildlife seatours, horse riding, fishing and surfing. Only £18 per bunk, per night - It's a steal!

Inveraray Hostel, Inveraray

Inveraray Hostel    Inveraray

Come and stay in this small and friendly Hostel, with its cosy family rooms, situated in the scenic Royal Burgh of Inveraray.

The town, built in the 18th Century, sits on the shore of Loch Fyne - a large sea loch famous for its kippers! Why not head for the Mull of Kintyre and the Cowal peninsula or the islands of Islay, Jura, Gigha and Arran? The Castle, where the Duke of Argyll lives, is also the ancestral seat of the Clan Campbell. There are plenty of local walks and a few hills to climb nearby.

Strathfillan Wigwams, near Tyndrum

Strathfillan Wigwams    near Tyndrum

Unique holiday accommodation in a heated, wooden wigwam! Strathfillan Wigwams is situated on a working farm in the heart of the West Highlands between Crianlarich and Tyndrum within the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.

The Wigwams are comfortably equipped with foam mattresses and each unit has electricity for light, heating and personal electrical equipment. Bring your own sleeping bags etc, though linen can be hired at an extra cost.

Oban Hostel, Oban

Oban Hostel    Oban

5-Star Oban Youth Hostel is located on the seafront, with stunning views over the Firth of Lorne and the Inner Hebrides. It’s an ideal base for exploring the local area or as a stop-over on the way to the Western Isles.

The youth hostel is close to Oban town centre and ferry port. Nearby attractions include Oban Distillery, McCaig’s Tower, St Columba’s Cathedral, Oban War and Peace Museum. Oban also boasts many good restaurants, bars and shops. Outdoor activities include scuba diving and sailing.

Corran House Guest House & Hostel, Oban

Corran House Guest House & Hostel    Oban

Corran House is part of a Victorian terrace with magnificent views across the bay to the Isle of Kerrera and the hills of Mull. Oban a small fishing town and busy ferry port is ideally situated for exploring Argyll and the Hebrides. We are a Scottish Tourist Board 4-Star Hostel filling a wee niche in accommodation provision with a variety of room types from 4-bed standard dormitories to spacious en suite premier guest rooms with spectacular sea views.

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